You know that's a battery, not a "solar generator" or a "power station", so you're far ahead of many.
110W (maximum) of PV output isn't all that much, but it's something. The nice thing is the battery will also charge off of your truck and mains power. You can use a higher capacity panel, but you'd have to make sure it matches up with the battery box. I didn't check to see if the battery can be charged while in use, but it probably can. Doing that would let you run a fridge in your parked truck while off riding, with the panel charging it unattended.
LFP battery tech is good. It should charge/discharge quickly, with a lot of cycles. It's also a relatively safe battery type.
I'm not familiar with the brand. They've been around for awhile, but the move to LFP batteries is recent. Professor Hobo likes it. Go to 23:43 for his conclusions. There's some good information in the Amazon reviews and YT comments.
If you want a ready made system of that capacity, that seems like a good deal to me.
Yes usually 12v on factory tow is a seperate fuse than the controller. So two 30amp fuses. On most shop installs the 30 amp breaker powers the controller and 12v. But there is really no reason 2 breakers cant be used.Yeah, I doubt adding the massive 8A load of this unit to an e-brake circuit would cause any trouble.
Ok, there you go. So the 512WH would run it for 17 hours if you assumed it would pull 30w. I’m sure you already know this, I’m just spelling it out for everyone.z2 auto // pulls 20W
Unit Input range 100–240V, 50–60Hz
Typical power consumption 20W (30VA)
Maximum power consumption 35W (70VA)